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Tag Archives: Hershey
I’m excited to announce that Hershey’s classic 1970′s Rally bar has returned to shelves across the nation! Because of this unexpected-and-groovy news, I’m preempting the start of our Halloween Countdown coverage today to look back at the history of the … Continue reading
Though “the Sidekick and the Fast Break” may sound like the title of a 1980′s buddy film, it actually represents the two names under which a single bar was launched just over a decade ago.
It’s Easter-Eve, and I wanted to squeeze in one extra post before I wrap up my Easter Week tomorrow. I also wanted to share this fun little mid-2000′s offering called Tweeterz; candy-coated Twizzler bits made especially for the Easter holiday.
Checking my files and my memories of various candy promotions, I can’t recall any instance of a major candy company letting consumers vie for a chance to name a bar. But sometime around the year 2000, that’s just what Hershey … Continue reading
It’s time for another edition of Wacky Wednesdays, and once again I’m going to tap Topps’ most recent Halloween Postcard release for today’s subject. We’re going to be taking a look at Slayday, one of the bonus parody offerings from … Continue reading
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays, everyone! It’s December 25th – Christmas Day – so I wanted to share something a bit different and hopefully a bit special with you. For today’s topic, I picked my Hershey Holiday Gift catalog from … Continue reading
Milk Duds is a confectionery classic that was first sold in 1926 by the Holloway company of Chicago. It’s a pretty simple bit of candy as so many classics are; a chewy nugget of caramel surrounded by a tasty chocolatey … Continue reading
A few weeks ago, I set about to pick up examples of each of the current Hershey family “King Size” bars. I figured it would be cool to have whatever few wrappers they produced with the unifying “King Size” wedge … Continue reading
I somehow missed that yesterday was the 30th Anniversary of the original release of E.T. The Extra Terrestrial – a classic film that contains a classic candy tie-in. That tie-in being Reese’s Pieces. A day late it might be, but … Continue reading
Just returned from a whirlwind three-day trip to see family and attend related events back in my home state of Nebraska. I hope to get back up to speed fast, and deliver some great bits of CollectingCandy.com fun this week. … Continue reading